To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/545/29 The old saying goes, 'There are two things that are certain in life: death and taxes.' I would add the Judgment of God to that list as well. Most people don't like to talk or think about God's judgment, but it's best we consider it now before it's too late.
En este programa, nuestra serie de la semana es ‘Mike & Molly'. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.Placeres culpables es el programa de Fuera de Series que nos acerca a todas esas series que no nos atrevemos a reconocer que nos apasionan. Respaldados por Lorena Gil y Maritxu Olazabal ahora cuando te pregunten si ves una serie... ya puedes reconocer cuáles son tus placeres culpables.Nuestra serie de la semana es ‘Mike & Molly'. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.
It's Friday, so that means we're back in ya ear like some airpods. Slow Clap for the Yankees going on a hot streak in the 2nd half to ultimately lose with their $36 Million Dollar Man shitting the bed during the most watched Baseball Game in 23 years. Pain. Anyway, we record this episode without regard for Siddeeq's agony and make sure to focus only on the important things.Such as... the social lives of the homeless and Andrew Wiggins folding like a house of cards once he realized he wasn't getting all his funds if he wasn't vaxxed. We reflect on how Urban Meyer continues to be a bad person and get away with it because he won a few football games. Then we give our MLB Postseason picks and tell you who the greatest hitter of all time is. You're Welcome.Bone Apple TeaLyk Dis - NxWorries
Doc welcomes Alter Bridge and Creed guitarist, Mark Tremonti, to the show and they talk about working on his new solo album, the secret to his very organized writing process, his thoughts on Creed's legacy, dealing with the critical backlash of being in such a big band, how starting Alter Bridge was a chance to do something totally different from Creed, how he developed his guitar playing to such a high level, how Alter Bridge's success in Europe saved their career, and what gave him the confidence to be a lead singer and make solo albums, This episode features the songs "House of Cards" by Bad Wolves, "Ex Machina" by Kyle Ewers, and "A World Away" by Tremonti. Follow Mark on Instagram and Twitter @MarkTremonti Follow Doc on Instagram and Twitter @DocCoyle Please support this episode's sponsor Kyle Ewers at Kyleewersmusic.com Listen to more great podcasts like this at soundtalentmedia.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
En este programa, nuestra serie de la semana es “House”. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.Placeres culpables es el programa de Fuera de Series que nos acerca a todas esas series que no nos atrevemos a reconocer que nos apasionan. Respaldados por Lorena Gil y Maritxu Olazabal ahora cuando te pregunten si ves una serie... ya puedes reconocer cuáles son tus placeres culpables.Nuestra serie de la semana es ‘House'. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.
The wait is finally over! The Many Saints of Newark has been released and we're dedicating the entire show to the movie. This episode is packed with in depth interviews featuring the stars of the film. Michael and Steve talk to Alessandro Nivola (Dickie Moltisanti), Michael Gandolfini (Anthony Soprano), Corey Stoll (Junior Soprano), John Magaro (Silvio Dante), Leslie Odom Jr (Harold McBrayer) and of course the series and film's creator David Chase. If you're a Sopranos fan this is one you have to see. Check out Talking Sopranos #80 The Many Saints of Newark Special….and then go see the movie! Make sure to subscribe to the Talking Sopranos podcast wherever you get your podcasts and go to talkingsopranos.com to ask Michael and Steve questions and buy official merchandise. Check out Comedy and Conversations with the Sopranos Live. Get your tickets today! https://www.ticketmaster.com/in-conversation-with-the-sopranos-tickets/artist/2683319 Pre-order your copy of WOKE UP THIS MORNING: The Definitive Oral history of the Sopranos everywhere books are sold, or go to hc.com/sopranosoralhistory See Zopa Live on October 15th at Crossroads in Garwood NJ https://www.xxroads.com https://www.talkingsopranos.com https://www.themanysaintsofnewarkmovie.com https://www.betterhelp.com/talking https://bluechew.com https://www.indochino.com
Join the Future Generations Community here: https://community.thefuturegen.com Join our email list here: http://thefuturegen.com Get your copy of the Heart of Freedom 2 recordings here Remember to Rate, Review and Subscribe on iTunes and Follow us on Spotify Follow us on Instagram: @futuregenpodcast In this episode, Robert Michael pulls back the curtain on the real house of cards behind virtually every governance on the planet. He highlights how, as citizens, we are immediately enslaved into a economic structure founded by the richest families in history. We talked about the essential nature of Private Membership Associations (PMAs) and how the parallel universe can be created today because strategically (and legally) pulling yourself, your family and businesses out of the system. Robert Michael worked as a carpenter and musician for the first half of his career until waking to his true purpose and calling as a Freedom and Spiritual Educator in 2009. The 2009 housing market crash resulted in his parent's losing their home and business. This experience was the catalyst that led Robert down the deep rabbit hole to unwind the inner workings and operations of our governments, banking systems and legal systems. Through years of intense research, and application of law and history, he has proved and debunked conspiracy theories, assisted private individuals across a multitude of issues, and created a process for freedom that is predicated on peace, honor, dignity, and respect in all aspects of this secular illusion. Robert works undaunted, balancing the scales of truth and injustice for the awakened. As his courageous efforts continue, a path to true freedom is carved so new holistic governance structures can safely evolve into a new world for the best and highest of all. ______________________________ Stay Connected with the Future Generations Podcast: Instagram: @futuregenpodcast, @thefuturegensd and @drstantonhom_ Facebook: Future Generations Podcast and Future Generations | Clinic of Chiropractic Website: Future Generations | Clinic of Chiropractic Remember to Rate, Review and Subscribe on iTunes and Follow us on Spotify!
En Watchlist, nuestra redacción, con Álvaro Onieva, Aloña Fdez. Larrechi y Maritxu Olazabal, repasan las mejores series de septiembre de 2021, y las que más ganas tienen de ver en octubre.
In this best of the best episode, John Di Lemme interviews Liz Wheeler, host of “Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler” on One America News Network about her new book, “Tipping Points: How to Topple the Left's House of Cards.” Plus John and Liz discuss how to defeat and debunk the left lies that are thrown at you every single day about President Trump, Conservatives, and basically anything or anyone Pro-America. Buckle your seat belts, because this interview is absolutely explosive! Follow John Di Lemme on Telegram at https://t.me/cbjrealnews Support the CBJ Real News Podcast Show, Conservative Businesses and Entrepreneurs at www.ConservativeMarketplace.com
Thursday Comics Giant Size #31Top Ten Best DC Comics Covers from 1985 to 2000!!!from the Library of Graphic LiteratureSeptember 30th, 2021Welcome to another fun packed house of cards we call Thursday Comics with the 31st Giant Size episode and the Masters of Comix Media, Dennis Osbourne and Wallace Ryan!!! THIS WEEK, we look at the Top Ten Best DC Comics Covers from 1985 to 2000! As is our habit, we compiled our separate lists in secret, WITHOUT revealing to each other what was on our lists. We then come onto the show ignorant as to what the other has on their list and see what happens!!! We also throw in a few Honourable Mentions each just to catch any we really wanted to add to the first ten!!! Thursday Comics theme by Bill Brennan#top10 #thursdaycomics #giantsize #comicbooks #graphicnovels #dccomics #comics #batman #superman #neilgaiman #vertigocomics
Lebanon's economy is in freefall. The World Bank calls it one of the worst financial crises in a century. We look back at Lebanon's optimistic years, zooming in on the one key decision that started this house of cards. And we ask what this can teach us about booms and busts in general.
Ooh what a strange break from Lord of the Rings! Not really, political intrigue is the back bone of every world-building story, regardless of drama - one of the most frequent Game of Thrones directors also directed 34 episodes of The West Wing. And as we get deeper and deeper into the Rohan / Gondor relationship in LOTR, Tolkien's increasing interest in geopoltical intrigue is threatening to outpace all that pesky Ring drama! So today Cam is taking a look at all three series of the BBC's House of Cards adaptation, to learn more about trilogies, echoes, reflections, mustache-twirling murders, time jumps, evolving metaphors, decaying humanity, and the power of grand finales in character-focused dramas. Any of that sound familiar, J.R.R.? Oh and there's Shakespeare. Buckets and buckets of Shakespeare, from Macbeth to Henry IV (both parts) and everything in between. Feedback & Theories: email@example.com Instagram: @secondbreakfastpod YouTube: https://bit.ly/2OT6RP3
En este programa, nuestra serie de la semana es “Veep”. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.Placeres culpables es el programa de Fuera de Series que nos acerca a todas esas series que no nos atrevemos a reconocer que nos apasionan. Respaldados por Lorena Gil y Maritxu Olazabal ahora cuando te pregunten si ves una serie... ya puedes reconocer cuáles son tus placeres culpables.Nuestra serie de la semana es ‘Veep'. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.
Emmet sits down with historian, podcaster, and writer Sam Biagetti to talk about his latest piece for American Affairs, "Into the Fairy Castle: The Persistence of Victorian Liberalism." They about Gilbert and Sullivan, Borgen, the downfall of the Bernie movement, meritocracy and more. Subscribe to Sam's podcast here (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5530632). "Into the Fairy Castle: The Persistence of Victorian Liberalism" by Sam Biagetti (Into the Fairy Castle: The Persistence of Victorian Liberalism). Our Patreon. (https://www.patreon.com/exhaust) Closing Song: Rusty Cage by Soundgarden (Live at the Omaha Civic Auditorium Music Hall, 1992)
Placeres culpables es el programa de Fuera de Series que nos acerca a todas esas series que no nos atrevemos a reconocer que nos apasionan. Respaldados por Lorena Gil y Maritxu Olazabal ahora cuando te pregunten si ves una serie... ya puedes reconocer cuáles son tus placeres culpables.Nuestra serie de la semana es ‘Primos lejanos'. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.
Summary: Today we have Rob Kirby on the podcast, who talks about how one of the largest and most underreported issues is the volume of trade we're experiencing in terms of dollar return in the crypto-verse. It seems that cryptos are eating off the dollar's plate, which means that the crypto portion in international trade is rising…while the relevance of the dollar declines. Tune in to learn about the power of crypto and some of the key distinctions between Bitcoin and Ethereum that put banks and the law profession in an interesting position. Highlights: -The economic house of cards is crumbling all over -The biggest and most underreported issue is the volume of trade we're experiencing in terms of dollar return in the crypto-verse -On a daily basis, the crypto-verse is turning over a minimum of $100 billion equivalent on average -We're looking at $50 trillion dollar equivalent turnover in a year -Cryptos are eating off the dollar's plate, which means that cryptos are categorically being used in trade settlement right now -Countries like Iran and Venezuela had to have it to where they could continue to trade without having to settle in dollars -The crypto portion in international trade settlement is only going to increase from here, which means dollar relevance will decline -Hyper-inflation and massive reduction in purchasing power of the dollar stock -The whole nature of trade settlement is changing—less and less dollars are being used to settle international accounts. Thus, they get caught up in a Repo facility -The inflation rate in our country is at 14% -Ethereum is rising, and will perhaps eventually eclipse Bitcoin -Bitcoin is the killer of banks; it's a store of value -Ethereum is the killer of the law practice -Bitcoin is a challenge to bankers while Ethereum is a challenge to the law profession -There is a place in the world for smart contracts as well as the traditional store of value—they can coexist Useful Links: Financial Survival Network Kirby Analytics
Lightning is striking again! That's five times now! This is surely statistically improbable! Paul and Al are now up to the finale of the first year of Thunderbolts, and are taking a run through issues 10-12. This is where is all starts going off, as secrets are uncovered, plans are revealed and the whole house of cards comes down.
Paul Vincent is an athlete, adventurer, philosopher. He wants people to find their way out of their own traps so they can live their most fulfilled life. A world-class athlete, elite trainer, accomplished academic and restless explorer, Paul Vincent has spent a lifetime studying and pushing the limits of human potential – both in his own body and with professional athletes, Olympians, celebrities and executives with whom he works. Through his research, Paul has discovered new ways to access what lies untapped within us all. Paul earned a Master's Degree in human performance, has studied with many indigenous cultures and is an expedition-length adventure athlete. The owner of Altus, a global health and wellness company, he worked with lead actors from Star Wars, Kingsmen, James Bond, First Man, Ray Donovan, Star Trek, Black Panther, Jurassic Park, Spider Man, House of Cards, Prince of Persia, and many other Hollywood hits. Paul is sought after for his unconventional philosophies and approach to optimizing our lives. Topics covered in this episode: • The human species and all we are capable of. • The most positive behaviors that really help to sustain us and make us well in an individual bases and as a collective. • Lessons in achieving maximum performance. • Some reasons that hold you back from getting where you want to go. • Why sleep is so critical for us. • What is human health? Referenced in the episode: • The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 10 | Get yourself some sleep. An interview with Mollie McGlocklin To learn more about Paul Vincent and his work, head over to https://altushealth.com/ https://www.paulmvincent.com/ __________________________________________________________ Oola is about making the commitment to change, and then going through the growth that it takes to change into a better person. It helps you set a series of small goals. To join our next meeting, head to www.lindseyelmore.com/oola Bonus segment - Weighted blankets and how they help with sleep with Elizabeth Grojean Elizabeth Grojean is founder and CEO of Baloo Living, a sleep and wellness company here to support people in reconnecting mind and body for a deeper sense of peace through cool and breathable weighted blankets. Elizabeth launched the company after taking a year long sabbatical to Bali, where she was transformed by the opportunity to find stillness and connect with nature. Baloo is now in its third year and considered one of the best quality weighted blanket brands on the market, with a presence in the US, the UK, and Canada. We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.
Podcast Intro I just published the latest newsletter a few minutes ago. If you're signed up for it and it hasn't hit your inbox, check your spam folder. And then whitelist it. If you haven't signed up for the newsletter, you definitely should. Go to news.lifespringmedia.com. Our reading today is Job. Chapters 3 and 4, I'll give you some of my thoughts on those chapters, and then, there's the “On This Day In Church History” segment, and we will have some “Prayer Requests” at the end of the show. Thoughts On Job Job Chapter 3 One of the best indicators of one's strength of character, and relationship with God is how we deal with hardship. Do we collapse like a house of cards or do we rise up, steel ourselves, ask the Lord for wisdom and strength, and keep on keepin' on? How we react to circumstances is a choice. We decide. As chapter three opens, Job has just lost nearly everything; most of his wealth, his children and his health. And his wife has told him to curse God and die. He doesn't have much more to lose. Remember, satan wins if Job does curse God. That was his challenge. And so with the opening of chapter three, we have the opening salvo in the battle for Job's mind and soul. Will he curse God? Will he fold? How will he decide to deal with his great loss? The physical and emotional pain he's in? How will he think about what others think about him? What will he think about God in light of his circumstances? Most of the remainder of this book that bears his name will reveal the answers to these questions. We'll see Job's character and his relationship with God. And maybe we can learn from Job, so that when we face loss and pain (as everyone does) we'll be better prepared to make choices for our reactions that will glorify God. As the chapter opens, Job curses the day he was born, and the night that he was conceived. Given his present suffering, he would rather have never existed. That makes me think of the Jimmy Stewart Christmas movie "It's A Wonderful Life". You know the story. Stewart's character George Bailey, a good man who is loved by his wife, his kids and most of the little town he lives in, comes into some tough times through no fault of his own. And in the depths of feeling sorry for himself he says, "I wish I had never been born." And so an angel arranges for his wish to come true, and then proceeds to show George how the world would have been much worse off without him. It's a good movie that the Lovely Lady LeeAnn watch nearly every year. So Job is admittedly much worse off than George Bailey, and he has quite a lot to say in the midst of his misery. It's really pretty pathetic, but you have to have some empathy for him if you've ever been in a hard place. I'm not making light at all of his circumstances. He really let it out. But he did not curse God. Can you imagine the enemy's frustration? Hah! Job Chapter 4 So after Job speaks for awhile, one of the three friends who have come to sit with him decides that he can't take it anymore. He's got to say something. Don't you just love it when someone starts a conversation with you by saying, “Can I say something to you without you getting mad?” You know it's going to be one of *those* conversations. That's how Eliphaz began his talk. That's just how I would want a friend to start things off when I'm in agony. Uh-huh. Then he goes on to say that people reap what they sow, the implication being that Job must have done something to deserve what he's going through. Now remember, the only thing Job has done to deserve what's happening to him is to have lived a blameless life. Imagine what he must be thinking right about now as his well-meaning friend is speaking. Job was a better man than I, so maybe I can't really put myself in his place. But my guess is that he wasn't smiling in agreement with Eliphaz. Several years ago my son, Steven was very, very sick. He was quite literally at death's door.
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En este programa, nuestra serie de la semana es “Ted Lasso”. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.Placeres culpables es el programa de Fuera de Series que nos acerca a todas esas series que no nos atrevemos a reconocer que nos apasionan. Respaldados por Lorena Gil y Maritxu Olazabal ahora cuando te pregunten si ves una serie... ya puedes reconocer cuáles son tus placeres culpables.Nuestra serie de la semana es ‘Ted Lasso'. Además, repasamos lo que hemos visto en estos últimos días, lo más destacado en las redes y recordamos algunos de nuestros placeres culpables favoritos.
Today we're chatting about the first week projections for Certified Lover Boy, the 7 million Americans losing COVID unemployment benefits, the Cryptopunk that increased in value by $3,000 every minute on Saturday, September's projected record volume on OpenSea, TikTok's collaboration with Shopify, Instacart's increase in digital advertisements, Porsche's increased demand for all-electric Taycans, and more. Dee & Me – Group Chat News 9.6.21 Drama, the golf meme. [1:43] Drake smashes records, but does he need to evolve artistically? [11:20] The jobs market is a house of cards. [18:09] The amount of money that you can just throw around with NFT's is bananas! [24:26] The story of Dee's first NFT purchase. [27:00] TikTok with another BIG move to take down Instagram. [39:47] Instacart's new direction to evolve with their consumer. [47:05] The future for electric is VERY bright. [52:50] Group Chat Shout Outs. [57:18] Related Links/Products Mentioned Here Are the First Week Projections for Drake's New Album ‘Certified Lover Boy' 7 million Americans to lose COVID unemployment benefits today Someone bought Cryptopunk #6275 on Saturday afternoon for $3.91 million. Six hours and 26 minutes later, it was resold for $5.14 million, which means that every minute it was held, it increased in value by more than $3,000. September is already pacing to beat August's record volume on OpenSea: NFT sales aren't slowing down TikTok teams up with Shopify to offer in-app purchases Instacart Goes Deeper Into Digital Advertising as Grocery Delivery Slows Porsche AG sees 'huge' demand for all-electric Taycan - CEO Finn Mckenty - YouTube Connect with Group Chat! Watch The Pod #1 Newsletter In The World For The Gram Tweet With Us Exclusive Facebook Content
Welcome to Finance and Fury This episode, look at where the next financial crisis may come from – Will it be from the USA or from China? This is a question I was thinking about the other day – as there is a lot of talk about the Chinese economic being built on a house of cards and at risk of collapse – but if this does collapse, will it lead to a world-wide economic recession? Or, will the USA beat China to the chase and trigger the next collapse? So, in this episode – we will look at the likely nature of the next financial collapse and whether this will be triggered by economic issues in the USA or China Looking back in history - the idea of a global financial crisis is relatively new in the scheme of things it has and can only occurred in times when economies are interconnected in terms of trade, or financial reliance – in the modern era – this is coined as globalisation – but the trigger has tended to come from the economically dominant country in this economic system – i.e. the most connected nation that a global economy is reliant on Therefore – it is no surprise that over the last 100 years, the United States has become the primary source of economic collapses that have spread to throughout the rest of the world In reality - over the last 200 years, the USA averaged a financial panic every twenty years – which over this timer period puts it in competition with the UK for the most occurrences of economic disaster of any country on the planet – What is different is the size and scale on these panics' effects on the rest of the world – The USA has only really been an economic powerhouse from the post WW1 Era – hence previous panics, such as the Railroad panic of 1873 has far less effect on the global economy and their financial markets when compared to an event like the GFC, or even share market collapse that preceded the great depression of the 1930s There is an emerging trend within an interconnected global economy – when the major economic powers catch a cold, the rest of the world starts to sneeze – Which brings up China – which over the last few decades has emerged to be the second largest economy behind the USA – where both countries are heavily reliant on one another – USA relies on China for consumption and debt funding, and China on the USA on net exports and reinvesting those funds in treasury notes through foreign exchange – but this relationship can be rocky Almost like business partners who have grown to hate one another over the years – but both parties know that without the other their business would fail This brings us back to today's topic – the next financial collapse Regardless of where it comes from - The form of the next financial crisis will very likely be initiated from the financial system – and in the from excess levels of leverage within a fragile system, created through speculation Technology and innovation have adapted in regards to leverage as well as investors access to leverage – When looking through all financial crisis – whist the triggering cause has differed – the common characteristic has been that the economy become fragile due to excess levels of leverage – i.e. borrowed money creates additional asset bubbles and exacerbates downturns Looking back in history - the crash of 1929, which triggered the great depression, came from an overleveraged market that was built up through the introduction of margin loans in the previous decades, as they became popular around the 1890s - then the requirements of these loans, that have the shares as collateral, became even more loose in the early 1900s – leading to the build-up and eventual collapse of the share market – Skipping forwards to the 2000s – systems of leverage had evolved dramatically - with CDOs, as well as synthetic derivatives which first came into use in the 1980s – These instruments combined with speculation lead to the inevitable collapse that occurred in the GFC In the modern era we are now looking at highly leveraged crypto positions using derivatives, as well as the age-old overleveraged markets both in property and shares – So - regardless of the technology of the mechanism that the money flows into - one common characteristic stays the same is that financial corrections comes from over-leveraged positions that occurred due to speculation – in other words – the higher the level of capital which can be introduced into an economic system under speculation, the greater the risks are to that system This brings us to today – where the fact that leverage has been allowed to increase at ever increasing pace due to low interest rate policies globally means that at some point – the mount of excess leverage that exists within the economy increases beyond the productive level of the economy – hence it becomes speculation – therefore, at some level it must come unstuck Speculation through leverage (i.e. debt) – used to have an opportunity cost – the concept of an economy having a near-zero interest rate policy like we currently have in place was considered to be extreme monetary policy and only to be utilised for emergencies – but in a country like the US, this has been in place since 2009 – rates did rise from 2016 to 2020 to 2.5% but then came back to 0.25% and will likely be there for a number of years – like is the case in most economies – Aus is at 0.1% The economy is a complex system – it is almost impossible to understand fully – when one input it introduced, there is no way to tell what the economic consequences will be long term beyond the first order of consequences Whilst not a perfect analogy – think of the economy as the human body – a very complex system with many different factors as inputs – some people are allergic to peanuts – whilst others aren't low interest rates act as a pain killer to the economy like morphine to the human body – when someone goes into an emergency and break their leg – they will likely get morphine to help relieve the pain – and understandably so – but normally after the initial pain has been endured and the bone is set – the morphine is reduced and eventually removed – because what happens otherwise? It is an opioid – and highly addictive – if you stay on too long you eventually get hooked and this can lead to a dark road – Your life can fall apart and at some point - you either die from an overdose due to needing to increase the load of the dose - or have to detox – which is also not a fun process – this is where much of the world economy is currently at – we will need to detox from low interest rates at some point – or see an economic death – in the form of a monetary reset Regardless of this fact – Monetary officials are still working off the theory is that low interest rates allow individuals and businesses to borrow money and pay less interest - which should encourage further spending throughout the economy and support the multiplier effect and economic growth but this theory neglects the Cantillon effect – where the money is first received – receives the highest level of benefit – and as the increase of borrowing and level of debt is directly injected into the property market, as well as injecting liquidity into the share market – these are two of the primary areas which have seen pricing move into overvalued territories – i.e. they have seen rises dramatically in price in a short amount of time that isn't proportionate to its value This also makes sense from a risk perspective – when interest rates are low - money becomes cheap and investors can afford to invest more money into higher-risk asset classes – the opportunity cost of losing money becomes less – i.e. if you can borrow for 2% then the risks of investing in the share market are lower than if you had to borrow funds at 7% p.a. – where you need a higher hurdle rate to compensate your borrowings – this also leads to a spike to asset prices In most economies - the signs of a boom are everywhere - House prices are soaring, demand for consumer goods is high, financial markets are at record levels, commodity prices are booming with iron ore and copper is hitting fresh records This is where asset bubbles can then lead to recessions when the flow of new money stops or slows significantly and prices drop, causing some to lose large sums of money – this is due to the leveraged nature of speculation – the amount of money can artificially be increased by borrowings – so if borrowing are recalled, the nominal rate of money is reduced at a greater rate than otherwise possible What would trigger such a crash? To be honest – I have no idea – it could come from any number of reasons – and likely will not come from one induvial cause, but instead be a cascade of events to lead to a complete market collapse – This being said - markets are essentially deep into the late stages of a bubble and is over leveraged – but as long as leverage can continue to grow, there is no reason for this gain to drop – but if it doesn't, there are many sectors that are susceptible to deleveraging – through interest rate hikes or call backs from financial institutions Many businesses have had to borrow more money to finance their revenue losses through the lockdowns Property markets are up – with people borrowing more and more, increasing the overall household debt levels Share market is up – combined leverage rate of margin loans are at elevated levels Governments are also highly leveraged – with government deficits increasing at accelerated paces At some point, something will spook the market – whether it be some more inflation, the threat of an interest rate increase resulting in major market defaults – and central banks not willing to start up the printing presses to bail out these companies - your guess is as honestly as good as mine But where will it come from? USA or China – which are both rapidly growing in unproductive debts – so let's look at each one separately Risks from China – this is the most populous and second largest economy in the world – it also has the largest rates of economic growth in history – transitioning from a improvised nation to an economic powerhouse within a few decades – pulling hundreds of millions out of poverty – which is fantastic – and speaks volumes of the power of a free market compared to centrally planned economies (China started the transition in 1978 out of) – where individuals were empowered with the ability to incentivised to keep what they produce – in terms of labour and being paid a wage, or even agriculturally – which is what sparked Chinas transition of population starvation from the 1980s But this meteoric rise is not without its issues – many of these are overlooked – because when things are going well you tend to not pay attention to the underlying problems The number one issue to the Chinese economy is unproductive debts - China's debt has grown dramatically over the past decade and is one of the biggest economic challenges confronting the ruling Chinese Communist Party - which actually has just turned 100 this year The CCP has identified the ballooning debt pile as a potential threat to its economic stability, and in recent years tried to reduce the economy's reliance on debt for growth – as well as rebalancing levels of public debt within private debts China's build-up of debt to fuel economic growth has raised fears of an eventual collapse - So, what factors would precipitate such a collapse? And if one were to occur, how would it affect the rest of the world? How can Chinese policymakers guard against financial crisis? Looking at the figures – and a big disclaimer – all of these figures are generally based around what China reports – so there is no way to tell that these are accurate – not only exclusive to China, as it is hard to trust any Government Data China does have high levels of debt – but not the same ratios as many western nations – China's overall debt was 270.1 per cent of gross domestic product – increasing by 10 times over the past 15 years – which is a massive increase However – unlike many other nations – this level of debt is in the non-financial corporation sector – compared to counties like Aus where it is in household debt Around 70% of their domestic debt is in non-financial corporations – only 10% is in household debt Almost all of this lending is official, coming from the government and state-controlled companies. Over the years, China has been lending to emerging economies such as those in Africa. On top of this debt – their Loans to low-income countries - According to a report by the Institute of International Finance in January 2021, China's outstanding debt claims on the rest of the world increased from about US$1.6 trillion in 2006 to more than US$5.6 trillion as of mid-2020, making China one of the biggest creditors to low-income countries. Now - China is starting to see the pressures of an over-leveraged nation – up until now they have seen strong consistent growth – One major factor that is keeping their economy from collapsing is FDI -which is increasing year or year still Whilst there is real growth – people will see their quality-of-life increase – but everything good has to come to an end – Due to urbanisation of population – major cities in China's property markets are incredibly inflated when compared to disposable incomes But this overleverage economy is susceptible to downturns in the leveraged markets Risks – Collapse from business debts – also, defaults from African nations But Chinas interest rate is around the 3.85% - far from a ZIRP – so they do have the capacity to lower interest rates further Risks from USA – comes from the level of their overall debts and their financial system complexity There is little new here – the real economic output of the USA is now becoming stagnant again – infrastructure and manufacturing, as well as gas jobs are now on hold, if not gone completely, due to politics But the USA does have one thing going for it – the Federal Reserve – if any market declines occur – the Fed is well positioned to step in and bail out any market declines But this saving grace is their economic destruction in the same sequence – one hand can give whilst the other hand can take everything away – the propping up of financial markets can occur for an indefinite period All whilst the real economy, i.e. real economic employment, can come crumbling down, amongst it all I think that America still has one or two more systemic crashes in it before China becomes another source – it all has to do with reliance and banking policies China to date has been a relatively segregated financial system – when looking at the interconnected markets of financial derivatives and speculative leverage, China surprisingly has low levels of connectivity – USA is still number 1 – therefore, there is a higher level of risk from their financial system – a small risk can snowball Risks to Australia – the same risks as in the past – both China and USA have highly correlated economies to Australia The risk to Australia from China comes in the form of demands for our goods – which is our export market of many of our natural resources But regardless – when looking at historical crashes that have dropped out market – these have come from financial market crashes - In summary – in my personal view – the next triggering event will likely come from the USA – the world is more reliant on the USA than China at the moment – I know that in Australia, our net exports are a different story, as we are likely more reliant on China as an economy – but we are talking financial markets here – where the ASX is more closely linked to the US markets than the Shanghai Composite or the Shenzhen Component Index Thank you for listening to today's episode. 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We've been receiving loads of emails from our SuperFeast community wanting to know what they can do to turn their immune system on and keep it fortified. Recently Mason caught up with our favourite functional Naturopath, Dan Sipple, to discuss go-to herbs, minerals, foods, and lifestyle practices to increase the body's immunological capacity. Embodying health sovereignty in a time of COVID has become quite a contentious topic; Who would have thought that trusting the body's immune system could become so politicised? Regardless of how you sit with the whole vaccinated/unvaccinated approach to the virus, bolstering the immune system is something (hopefully) most of us can agree is essential. People are now thinking about their immune system in ways they never have before, and we are here to offer guidance in any way we can. Imagine a society where mainstream consensus was to value and trust the body's natural immune system over pharmaceutical drugs. Imagine a world where superior herbs and medicinal mushrooms were mandated, subsidised, and heavily endorsed to keep us all thriving and truly living our best lives. To quote John Lenon 'imagine all the people living life in peace' (instead of fear); We are here for this vision. Tune in to hear Mason and Dan explore all the ways they would reinforce and support people's immune systems if they were to (hypothetically speaking) dictate all members of society take part in an Immune MAXzine. Where empowered sovereign health is the goal, and we live with reverence for Mother Nature's unassailable healing intelligence. This episode is packed full (and I mean full) of expert knowledge to have you feeling equipped and in an embodied state of health. We're advocating less divisiveness, more connection, and holistic health for everyone. Don't miss it. "The amount of experiential clinical data that we have is overwhelming, and it's so overwhelmingly effective. If we really wanted to protect the population, Astragalus would be rolled out and would become a national treasure. Perhaps we could find an Australian-based tonic herb that works similarly? At the moment we don't know because the herbal tradition in Australia has a very different approach and was documented in a very different way. At the same time, we could be on the hunt for the adaptogens within the Australian system". - Mason Taylor Mason and Dan discuss: What is immunity? Microbiome analyses. The skins microbiome. Strengthening the Wei Qi shield. Colostrum for the immune system. Herbs for long-term immune regulation. Dietary applications for the immune system. Medicinal mushrooms for the immune system. Arming the immune system in acute situations. Astragalus for lung, spleen, and surface immunity. The effects of stress and sleep on the immune system. How the immune system is influenced by the microbiome. What causes the immune system to become dysregulated? Lifestyle practices to increase your immunological capacity. Who is Dan Sipple? Naturopath Dan Sipple believes that establishing optimum bulletproof health is best achieved through a pro-active, functional, holistic approach that allows one to truly thrive. His approach utilises cutting-edge evidence-based medicine applied through modalities such as herbal nutrition & medicine, with a strong focus on environmental health and longevity. Dan specialises in the areas of Immune / Gastrointestinal / Hormonal health and utilise functional diagnostic labs such as uBiome, Nutripath, Laverty, and Clinipath Pathology to assist in locating the imbalances contributing to the patient's condition. From here, he aims to create an individualised protocol designed to address root dysfunction and create bulletproof health. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN ON APPLE PODCAST Resources: Dan Website Dan Instagram Gut Health Podcast 1 Gut Health Podcast 2 Q: How Can I Support The SuperFeast Podcast? A: Tell all your friends and family and share online! We'd also love it if you could subscribe and review this podcast on iTunes. Or check us out on Stitcher :)! Plus we're on Spotify! Check Out The Transcript Here: Mason Taylor: (00:04) Hey man, welcome back. Dan Sipple: (00:06) Thanks buddy. Good to be here. Mason Taylor: (00:08) Yeah, good to be looking at your face digitally. Yeah, I think it's been a while since we've had a catch up. We've definitely talked about immunity before but there's just been a little tweak in the consciousness lately where all of a sudden collectively with what's going on in the world with COVID everyone's thinking about immunity much more than they ever have I feel on a collective nature and then there's a number of people that are allowing themselves because immunity is like a... You can't separate the immune system from the rest of the body and I feel like there's panic when people think about their immune system being something that's strong enough or not strong enough with or without natural medicine, with or without a vaccine so on and so forth. Mason Taylor: (00:56) I feel like there's a really nice moving away into more of a perception of what immunity is and then the word immunity can kind of fall away and people can connect to the whole nature of their system and how there is the body's capacity to protect itself with efficacy based on your personal constitution. I guess there's just a real... There's a variance there in terms of if you want your immune system to be strong you're in a more reductionist... Having a reductionist kind of like vitamin and nutrient and mineral supplementation which can be super beneficial and goes from vaccines, drugs to isolates and those kinds of things to real hard core intentionalized personalization lifestyle based immunity and then eventually the body's capacity to stay in harmony and flow and stay protected. Then the capacity for... It's like a family fire as well. You're stoking the fire of your own capacity for your genome to stay really healthy and expressed and I don't even like the word healthy in that context because it implies unhealthy and- Dan Sipple: (02:05) Yeah, I agree. Mason Taylor: (02:06) I guess I'm really stoked to jump in with you. I don't know where we're going to go just exploring. We've got a lot of people asking what they can do for their immune system during this time, got a lot of people saying get on the zinc and vitamin C and D's and all that kind of stuff. Want to jump into that with you and then a lot of people are asking what they can do if they're not going to get vaccinated, a lot of people saying I'm getting vaccinated. What can I do in conjunction with it and I don't think that's probably our place to really talk to too much rather than just generally talking about health and immunity but I think it's relevant no matter where you are on the spectrum. Got a very wide community listening and definitely want to be inclusive in this context when we're talking about immunity but yeah, how are you feeling about it all? What's happening clinically for you? What are people worried about? What are they asking for and do you see an evolution in the way people are relating to their immune system and their capacity to protect themselves from last year to this year? Dan Sipple: (03:06) Yeah, great question. I definitely am seeing it sort of in nearly every discussion and every consultation now. I think if there's anything good that's coming out of it is that people are thinking about their immune systems in a way they probably haven't been aware of before and so hopefully today we can just sort of dive into the different arms of immunity and discuss how different botanicals and nutrients and probiotics and dietary applications work to influence the immune system at large. Obviously full disclosure, I'm not an immunologist, I'm not a virologist, I'm a naturopath so I have a, I suppose a limited understanding but I'm I'm also super, super passionate about the immune system in general but yeah, it definitely does come up more and more as time goes on with the pandemic and everything and what everyone's going through. I think a conversation needs to be extended out into those areas because it is getting attention in terms of the zinc, the vitamin D. It would be good if it had more attention. I still think we need to push for a light on those areas because I'm still aware of different media releases and different practitioners and everything that are telling people you can't do anything for your immune system. Dan Sipple: (04:26) It's static which is complete nonsense as far as I'm concerned because we've got good clinical data, lots of research, a test tube and animal studies and human studies to say how different nutrients and botanical extracts influence what blood cell for example influence [crosstalk 00:04:45]- Mason Taylor: (04:44) Those people, the science is so clear on that. You can get a white blood analysis before and after taking mushrooms and see the activity and do that with a plethora of other things. You have a sauna behind you, you know? It's been clinically proven of how capacitated the immune system becomes and whether that's from directly on the immune system itself or because the nervous system is effective and it's able to go into a rest and digest place and then therefore have more efficacy. It doesn't matter. Those people have been compromised. I think we know that now. Dan Sipple: (05:15) And people see through it too, which is good. Again, if there's anything that's good that's coming out of it people that are sitting on the fence or confused, even if you're on the side of you are going to go with the vaccination and that sort of [inaudible 00:05:33], cool. That's fine. If you're interested at the same time in what builds a healthy, strong immune system, fantastic. If you're not looking through that lens too then you damn sure want to be looking at those strategies with regards to how to regulate and boost your immune system too in my opinion. Mason Taylor: (05:52) Yeah. Dan Sipple: (05:53) Yeah, like I said it's just disappointing I suppose that still not one campaign, still not one release, any sort of attention on that side of medicine, I've heard nothing so far. Mason Taylor: (06:07) Let's just do a... We kind of all know, I think i have nausea, we know why that is. We know how reductionist it is, we know the system is for all that it's good for, it's completely, it's a machine and the machine has a lack of capacity for the natural and for nuance and also for anything long term. This is what spurred me on getting in touch with you to do this one today. I was just thinking about just in let's go down the rabbit hole and into the imagination that there was a task force that was brought on and it was like, "Look, okay we're going to do what we do best in [inaudible 00:06:54] and look for the reactionary one size fits all, force everyone to do this thing so we can get back which is the vaccine which is fine but we want this task force to be looking at the long term integrity of the health of our population and so one thing that I've kind of thought I don't know how people can still be slinging stones at anyone that says, "Well why don't we have a mass roll out of like mushrooms and vitamin C and all these... The subsidisation of all these things?" Mason Taylor: (07:26) It's too much of a complex thing for them to comprehend. It's not just a drug for everybody, it's like there's nuance and it's something that they have to do continuously not just think take once and think that you're going to be all hunky dorie although that's obviously not going to be the case going forward. We can see that now. Dan Sipple: (07:45) That's the western mentality right there, isn't it? The pill for an ill. It's not a long term strategy unlike the more naturopathic philosophy which I suppose is more lifestyle based than long term. Mason Taylor: (08:00) What would you say... I constantly think the thing that makes sense the most for me and if there was a task force brought in we've talked a lot about the microbiome. We don't have to go into the nuance here but if all of a sudden there was free testing offered for every single person within the population to go and get your microbiome analysed and get a full panel and free analysis. You can get digital analysis now and start training up naturopaths and naturopathic students on how to read this and give generic feedback and create databases for generic feedback. You can just look up you're out of range on this strain of bacteria, that needs to go down. This needs to go up and this is the way you do it and we're going to subsidise your prebiotics in order to get there. Dan Sipple: (08:45) That would be nice, wouldn't it? Mason Taylor: (08:49) Well, it's actually where you go, "These people are incompetent or sinister." Where you know that the data's very clear now. We know that one of the problems with passing on infection, whether it's influenza or whether it's COVID, we know part of it is that your immune system's not actually able to keep the infection under control and not able to manage its levels of inflammation. Dan Sipple: (09:10) Correct. Mason Taylor: (09:11) I'm definitely glad... I'm just a fan of looking at all this guys. I'm not saying black and white, I think it's fun, I think it's fun thinking about this. You naturally know that if you're able to manage those pathways and bring some greater intelligence to the body across the population, then you're going to get on top of this and at the beginning we knew that this was going to be long term and we knew it was because I was saying only when we get vaccination in place, blah, blah, blah. At the same time, you could go, "All right, let's hit some goals. Let's see. We know the data says that if these strains are elevated within the gut and you look at you can see across the population that those that we have chronically high amount of this, you'd be able to actually enlighten us to which strains they would be, say the type that lives off animal protein, excessive amounts of animal protein. You can have greater inflammation, you're going to have less tight junctures within the gut and therefore you know clinically that you're going to be more prone to viral infection. Mason Taylor: (10:09) You went, "Let's set some goals across the population and protect the microbial diversity within the population. Let's make sure that we up the indigenous microbes within the gut and you can also start supporting local... If they were actually wanting to localise our industry and not take it global, at that point you can start funnelling research into the particular compounds that we have off this land say and start localising the production of prebiotics, soil based prebiotic on the probiotic supplementation and all those that's clinically correct and then get everyone a free three month, every three months, free test. They can opt in or opt out and they can just get dropped that test, get it sent and they can see real time how they're moving in the direction where they're the foundation of their immune system, their gut is actually able to handle itself better and there would be legitimate... I think they could do studies as well but they would be legitimate logic there that we are going to stop the spread of anything virulent going through the community and the population if we did that. Dan Sipple: (11:16) That would be fantastic. We all know I think it's tricky to come out and say this I suppose but we all know that it's not really about health at the end of the day because if it was it'd be more drastic measures put in place to stop the sale of alcohol and fast food and exercise would be mandatory and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Yeah, in an ideal society that'd be great if they would subsidise those sorts of things. I think in addition to that panel's zinc status, like vitamin D status, like inflammatory markers above and beyond CRP and ESI which is what you get on a standard blood test if your doctor's willing to even look that far. Yeah, that's what I suppose what we more I guess integrative and naturopathic practitioners are more interested in those nuances with people's immune system and their integrity because it's not just about one type of blood cell or an antibody, you know? There's a lot of talk about antibodies at the moment because of the vaccination discussion. Dan Sipple: (12:18) Yeah, cool. What about natural killer cells? What about macro fighters? What about nutrifils? What about the microbiome? All of those things... What about sleep? What about stress? It's like how long's a piece of string? We know the immune system is a lot more complicated and complex above and beyond just B cells and antibodies. Mason Taylor: (12:35) Yeah. I had a couple of skits yet to get around to and I probably won't... Actually doing at the moment. I don't have time to do the skits unfortunately. I'll be good at my real job first and then eventually I will have my comedy career but just like the gag just being a security guard sitting in front of a pub and asking for a live blood analysis before you come in so we know you've actually taken your, what I call the immune maxine. Can you imagine? You imagine you're in charge of government. You go and find all these beautiful providers and you go and create this product that's full of... Or we can go into it, you know? I'm thinking full of mushrooms. We can go into sources of zinc and vitamin D. I'd love to do that with you but I've got the prebiotics in there, you got your colostrum in there so that when you can get that live blood analysis you can see where the... You can't discriminate against people that are immune compromised. They can of course go get tested and they can show that they are exempt from doing such thing. Mason Taylor: (13:44) Prove. Prove you've got the immunological capacity to handle a strain, be adaptive enough to handle infection and not pass it on. Not allow your system to get to the point where you can get hoodwinked by very intelligent virus very quickly which we know happens with the flu every single year. I feel kind of silly because I used to walk around looking at airports and national airports just going... You read enough of Stephen Buhna, you look enough at virology and bacterial infection, you go, "Our ancestors are just hopping and skipping through the plane and I was thinking... This is five years ago I remember having this thought really strong. We should have some parameters around people just travelling all over the world and just coughing and spluttering and like I used to put my jumper up as I'm getting into the airport. I'm the one putting it up over my nose and over my mouth and now here we are it's swung so far the other way I'm thinking with none of the actual understanding of what these things are and what viruses are and don't know if anyone actually understands what this virus is looking at those from where it came from. Mason Taylor: (15:00) It's not just an everyday jump from animal to human transmission which is easily traceable but it's nonetheless it's a stupid approach as we know looking at antibiotic... Sole antibiotic treatments is, it's a stupid way to go try and kill bacteria, kill the ancestors. As Buhna says, they're too smart. You're not going to do it. You're not going to beat them. Just give up. Just say we're looking at this immune maxine that everyone's going to be offered and given. We'll look at the one that's really acute. We want everyone's immune system not necessarily stimulated but in a short term kind of reactionary sense we want them all armed. What are you going in there? Dan Sipple: (15:51) Look, echinacea comes to mind straightaway. I think any naturopath I would think agree with that, that if there's any really good clinical efficacy with echinacea and it can be used long term too by the way but when it is early days initial infection, very short term, very acute high doses and not the echinacea by the way that you get from the chemist. We're talking obviously practitioner grade liquid one in one, one in two echinacea root. That is where it would shine. I'd probably be going in there with transfer factors, colostrum, a whopping big dose of vitamin C. Mason Taylor: (16:30) The colostrum's a huge one. I remember that paper that Daniel [Vitalis 00:16:35] used to talk about with the flu and the colostrum was three times more effective? It was a really decent- Dan Sipple: (16:41) Yeah, he's still quite big into colostrum. I haven't looked into his stuff for years and looked into it the other day in his range and there was the fine pollens and the deer antlers and this massive big- Mason Taylor: (16:53) Bag of colostrum. Dan Sipple: (16:54) Yeah. Mason Taylor: (16:55) I mean, if it was three times more effective than the flu vaccine at stopping the infection and the transmission of infection, I mean isn't that worth looking at? That's where it gets silly, you know? Just do both. Dan Sipple: (17:07) Oh, 100%. Mason Taylor: (17:09) Just do both. I'm so over it. Do you remember years ago we did that tour... Years ago when no jab no pay came in and I felt it. I've a lot of friends and single mothers who were just forced into a corner and now were going to have their money taken away unless their kids get jabbed. For better or worse. I'm not saying I'd agree or disagree although I do disagree at that kind of level of coercion and no nuance. I remember I just wrote I think in a blog or something like that, I was like, "Look, what about that and?" Why not that and- Dan Sipple: (17:44) Well it's just a conversation, isn't it? Mason Taylor: (17:47) And reishi mushroom and colostrum. Then do you remember when I did that tour as like four years ago now we did that tour and nothing about vaccines at all but the whole pro vaccine mob of The Telegraph, Sydney Morning Herald, they kind of just started writing hit pieces and they wrote one on me and they were saying this guy Mason Taylor thinks that these people should be taking reishi mushroom instead of vaccinating," which of course they're so programmed and they're just mobsters who get told who to go after and that's what they did. They called us at 5:00 in the morning trying to catch us off guard because they're awful people pretending to be a journalist. They just write these hit pieces without actually looking at any of the nuance and just like why is it an unreasonable thing to say as many people are saying right now go get the vaccine but then do all these other things as well. That gets of course the level because they don't have the capacity to hold two ideas at the same time because they lack intelligence. Not everyone. I've had lots of... I've had people on here that like really... They really enjoyed getting their vaccine but they have the capacity to realise that it's not going to do it alone. Mason Taylor: (18:58) I think that's where I just want to preface it, that's where we're coming from so yeah, colostrum, do you want to tell everyone about the transfer factors and what the vibe is with them? Dan Sipple: (19:09) Yeah, so look as I understand its peptides transferred from bovine or chicken sources mostly bovine from what I understand that when transferred over to human host in this case I guess does transfer the immunological weaponry and memory that the source contained so that therefore when the host is then exposed to different antigens it has a much stronger chance of dealing with it effectively but in addition to the anti pathogenic action of it, it's more also about being used long term for immune regulation and that's a big piece I think that gets overlooked too is the regulation of the immune system is what's important here because it's not just, as I said earlier about the antibodies or one type of cell. The regulation is what's missing so we kind of zoom out from the COVID discussion and just talk about the fact that in today's kind of society, in contemporary society a lot of people by and large have dysregulated immune systems. That comes back down to a whole heap of factors which we can get into but I always collectively refer that as to like antigenic load. What's someone's antigenic load like? What does that mean? Well, it means what's pissing off someone's immune system. What's causing their immune system to create havoc and inflammation and collateral damage to their own ecosystem. Dan Sipple: (20:37) That can be dietary proteins coming through a leaky gut, that can be parasites, that can be different viruses and stealth infections. It can be weakened nutritional status. It can be stress all to my gut microbiome. That kind of yeah, that kind of conversation is where I'm at at the moment in terms of what can we also use so that when we do encounter a really gnarly infection that our immune system just doesn't absolutely blow a fuse. Mason Taylor: (21:05) You'd be wanting to basically you're in this task, say you're in this task force and they're like, "Listen, over the next five, 10 years we want the population of all Australians to be really fortified so we can slow down the spread of this thing. You'd have to start speculating in the beginning but because the immune system's evolved you're speculating in a general way but in a way that you know is inevitably involved, yeah. You'd be wanting to test people for Epstein Barr, see if there's any stealth infection in that kind of context parasitic load. You want to be looking at their leaky gut, so on and so forth to make sure they aren't walking around with something that perhaps is symptomatic and perhaps it's asymptomatic. Just because it's asymptomatic doesn't mean it's not going to cause harm to... In this instance cause harm to everyone else because you've got stealth infections that you're not looking at. You'd want to be making sure that people have the opportunity to test for those things so that then if they did get sick their immune system had the chance to catch onto it and they wouldn't become affected themselves. Dan Sipple: (22:05) Correct, but in doing all that this is the whole thing, that takes time, that takes resources, it takes patience, it takes more than spending seven minutes with a patient in a doctor's office, right? You can already see how nuanced it is and then when you look at it like that it's like well of course the powers that be want a quick fix, they want a quick intervention, that they can quickly roll out but it's a silly assumption to sort of present that that's going to be a long term solution because it ain't. The data's already showing that it isn't. If we model off other countries where they have high vaccination rates and yet high cases surely that's enough to kind of suggest that well, maybe the model that we have used isn't working and we've got to go back to the drawing board. Dan Sipple: (22:52) Yeah, for me being naturopathically changed... Trained, sorry and having, full disclaimer, having gone through all this myself 10, 12 years ago even before I became a naturopath and decided to study, I discovered all this over time and I remember there was a time when I'd learn about the interleukins and the T helper cells and all of that type of thing and got super obsessed about how herbal medicine and botanicals and everything influenced that because I thought, "Well, if we can influence these different arms of immunity then we've got a chance against autoimmune disease, allergies, parasites, immune deficiency, and all those things. Dan Sipple: (23:32) I'm still as passionate as I was then if not more. That's kind of where a lot of my work lies as a practitioner is dealing with I see all sorts of things of course but I see a lot of those people that were kind of like me, you know? Really caught in that stealth infection pattern where their immune systems just have become dysregulated. And it's not a quick fix. That's what I mean, it takes a lot of time and diligence and effort and money too. It's true, the functional testing and to get all that underway isn't easy and it's not cheap. Mason Taylor: (24:06) And you can see it's like that not being subsidised and that not being covered- Dan Sipple: (24:10) Exactly. Mason Taylor: (24:11) You can see the, not to say the word but you can see the agenda behind it. If you're a smart person and you follow the science you can see the science lead you back to this place inevitably. Let's look at the maxim again. We went for starting like with colostrum and where else did you go with it? Dan Sipple: (24:35) Yeah, I'm just thinking with the immune system getting those white blood cells primed I wouldn't so much in this scenario use the tonics. They're more for long term. I would want a quick, sharp, acute expansion and an attack of all those white cell troops so yeah, it's things like your echinacea root, your zinc, vitamin C. maitake mushroom might be a little bit more nuanced there. Mason Taylor: (24:58) Yeah, maitake... That's what keeps coming to mind for me, turkey tail- Dan Sipple: (25:02) Pigtail, maitake. Mason Taylor: (25:03) That's actually another one. Yep. Dan Sipple: (25:04) Yep. For sure. I'd keep it pretty basic in the acute. Longer term, different story. That's when I would probably expand it a bit more and zoom out. Mason Taylor: (25:13) Okay, so we've got the immune maxim and then the maxim marathon. There's obviously going to be crossover. The way I see it, let's go a little bit into the nuance there. We keep on going on vitamin C and yeah, got to be onto vitamin C and so people are taking isolates, people are taking scorbix acid and then people are taking the lithosperic vitamin C and they're kind of good ones for the sprint, the maxim sprint when you have an outbreak and you go kind of, "All right, everyone we need you [inaudible 00:25:47]. We need to make sure you've got that echinacea in there. Maybe that's where you get the chi tonics like the astragalus. There's where I'd be coming from after having chats with my friends, my Chinese herbalist practitioner friends. They're saying you'd get astragalus always for the wei chi to put up the shield around yourself. [inaudible 00:26:10] getting in there and then they're also saying everyone should be on licorice, ginger and poreau just to augment the spleen because that just shows a major kink for this particular infection to get in and you can strengthen up that earth based system then you're going to have a much better potential to then have strong lungs metal element within the lungs and that puts up the wei chi shield so that you're less inclined to have that infection get into to begin with. Yeah so- Dan Sipple: (26:40) Just having a thought coming through man as you're saying that back to the acute hypothetical treatment, tincture, whatever you want to call it I'm thinking along those lines too. Chinese skullcap, one of my favourites and I'd probably use that too long term because it's got a great effect on those T red cells so when you've had the initial sprint and then you want to come back and tell the troops to chill out and calm down and get back in and ready for the next one and keep them healthy, yeah Chinese skullcap all the way, probably with the astragalus, those two as the prime- Mason Taylor: (27:14) [inaudible 00:27:14]? Dan Sipple: (27:15) Yeah. Mason Taylor: (27:15) Yeah, I definitely at the start of this I ordered a big bag for myself. Had never really taken it long term but when it all started going down I got onto that was the other recommendation, a good reminder. It's kind of like I've got sitting there. Got a big half a bag sitting there which I like coming out of winter it's like I'm enjoying putting it aside but for everyone in the northern hemisphere [inaudible 00:27:36] would be a good time to be getting onto those. Let's look, we've got the sprint and the marathon. I've been chatting to you a little bit about the nature of supplementation with say like vitamin C and zinc, how we can do it in a real kind of an isolated form versus what we're going to be skipping over to for the long term and the lifestyle term so we don't get stuck in isolation. Reduction isn't even when it's in the health based system so how would you differentiate the kind of the vitamin C types that were going in there? Dan Sipple: (28:05) Yeah, so for the person whose immune system's burnt out, they've seen chronic infections before and then they come along and they hit something like this, that's... I would use it in the acute and the long term with that type of person. Same with zinc. I think if you're pretty healthy so to speak in that kind of context and we're looking at something long term that's where the fat solubles A and D I think are really good because again, it comes back to more immune regulation and strength, yeah? Vitamin A and vitamin D naturally come in cod liver oil which is always a good thing to do, five to 10 mil a day. That's usually what I sort of prescribe as far as patients go. Colostrum which I said before. I definitely would use that long term just to keep all the sort of armies of the immune system well nourished. We've got the innate side of the immune system which gets excited when it first encounters a pathogen and if that isn't capable enough to counter it, that's when it has to call on the adaptive side. That adaptive side is what houses the T cells, the B cells which contain antibodies. Dan Sipple: (29:09) I'm doing a little series on Instagram at the moment all about T cells and that is what kind of makes up the T cell subsets so that's your TH1, TH2, these are just different armies of troops really for T cell responses, it gets quite sort of complex but it's cool to look at again how herbs influence different arms of immunity because people can also get stuck in patterns where their immune system stays skewed for whatever reason. Might be allergies and asthma and parasites can keep something called the TH2 cytokines polarised and when that happens it kind of imbalances other areas of the immune system so rather than it all being nice and even and ready to fire it can get skewed. Therefore, if that person then encounters a pathogen, they quite likely have a poorer response because that part of the immune system is deficient. You get me? Mason Taylor: (30:03) Mm-hmm (affirmative). Dan Sipple: (30:03) Yeah. Mushrooms are fantastic for that exact scenario by the way. Mason Taylor: (30:09) Funny mushrooms. They're so good. I'm at this point and I don't even have to say it anymore, I've got everyone else going and saying it for me like it's just there's no point. There's no point in not being on mushrooms. Dan Sipple: (30:20) We're not talk about white button mushrooms or psychedelic mushrooms, people. Mason Taylor: (30:25) Chaga, turkey tail, reishi, maitake, shiitake- Dan Sipple: (30:28) Cordyceps. Mason Taylor: (30:30) [inaudible 00:30:30] cordyceps, lion's mane. They're all there. Yeah, that's like I think at the time we eventually were like everyone was just asking for a capsule from us. Even though we like the powder and being able to like... For me, I'm at the point just mega dosing just comes into relevance so often these days where I'm like I can just feel my body craving a heap teaspoon of chaga and then again in the afternoon. Then the capsules have made it pretty easy as well. Even though we've got to say it is a certain label dose but this is from my discretion, me going against the rules because we've got that as a listed medicine but for me I go against the rules and I'll double that and triple that regularly because you can get a sense of it and that's the beautiful thing about the mushrooms is they give you that feeling of protection within your body. You go, "Wow." You can sense the- Dan Sipple: (31:26) It's tangible, yeah. Mason Taylor: (31:27) Yeah, it's a tangible click up in activity and what I imagine is immunologic activity and that's why reishi's so great for people in the beginning especially in ashwagandha kind of falls into it as well because it's such a nervous system regulator that you can just drop into your body and get a sense of what you're actually feeling. That's why people get spiritual awakenings from reishi. It's not anything too woo woo, just the fact that you can get perception of your own self. You get perception of yourself and how you actually feel and how your nervous system feels, you unplug. That's the metaphorical unplugging from the matrix. You're not told how you feel, you actually, you get it. The mushrooms have got to be in there. I don't see any point in people not being on the mushrooms daily right now and it's another one like if you're actually wanting to protect people's... The cellular structure. You're actually trying to protect the treasures of the body. That would be and again, I'm biassed in that. Mason Taylor: (32:25) There's so many things I'd be doing that that would be the first thing that would just be thrown out into the population completely subsidised a certain amount for everyone and then fully subsidised just start... The industry, that you could be creating, you're not going to... It might not work at the di dao mushrooms that I have but because there's a cap on the way that we can produce that. You can still do very decent large scale grown on wood mushrooms and you could... Again, you could be creating industry rather than destroying it right now and just what we know that's going to save so many people's immune systems. Dan Sipple: (33:06) Oh mate, even IHCC, the shiitake extract, you know? Mason Taylor: (33:14) You're right, that is the other one. This is where you can start going into the in that sprint. You can actually start going into the isolates that are coming out of them and isolate particular beta glucan's coming out of the mushrooms which makes sense and then when you go into marathon down the track. That's when you go back to di dao professionally full spectrum extraction. Dan Sipple: (33:36) Yeah, and astragalus there too as you said, that'd be the... I think that's one that you do feel... It's not a mushroom but it's again like that tangible feeling, that is something that every patient says that they feel, that uplift and that chi and that's what you want if you're running that marathon and if you have a burnt out what we call T cell senescence so in other words if your T cell are exhausted and burnt out and senescent that is I've never seen anything act more specific to that. There are other herbs that can compliment it but yeah, I'm just such a fan of that herb and the research just continues to sort of come out in favour of it. I just think it's fantastic. So lucky we've got that tool. Mason Taylor: (34:19) Yeah, that's one of the ones, the Taoists who the mushrooms are kind of spread out but astragalus was traditionally that one that was just quite available everywhere and it's like an honorary mushroom with its big blue [inaudible 00:34:30] and just its immunological adaptability. It's one of those ones in all accounts friends talking to Taoists, they say, "Yeah astragalus is the one I'll take every single day." Yeah, it does make sense and that's short term and long term. I mean you get onto that, that's why there's a reason we've said for the last I don't know, how long have I had astragalus? Like eight years? There's a reason I've said every single time we get to autumn you start smashing it. It's lung season. You start preparing your body for winter. It's the steel and it's a beautiful spleen tonic and it's a beautiful lung tonic and that's where you derive your surface immunity. That's where you derive your wei chi. Of course it makes sense to be getting onto that preventatively. Make no mistake guys, chi herbs, astragalus, the amount of data that there is on it and thousand upon thousands upon thousands of years of clinical usage, that much time of just like, the folklore behind it. Mason Taylor: (35:33) That amount of experiential clinical data that we have is so overwhelming and it's so overwhelmingly effective, if we really wanted to protect the population that herb would be rolled out and become a national treasure. Perhaps we could find an Australian based tonic herb at the moment we don't know because we don't have a similar type of herbal tradition in Australia to the Taoist tradition. It's a very different approach and it was documented in a very different way. At the same time we could be on the hunt for like the adaptogens within the Australian system and then that does bring me to the vitamin C. I can see liposomal vitamin C, an isolate of vitamin C being used in the sort sprint just to get that spike and [inaudible 00:36:23] to see what you're using as well in that instance but for me I'm getting to the point where I feel uncomfortable using them and going to a whole fruit, whole food vitamin C, like a freeze dried cacadoo plum, freeze dried davidson plum, getting finger lime in there. Especially those Australian botanicals. I'm feeling so fantastic and then it's got all the pigments thrown in there. There's all those polyfenals going in just like feeding the bacteria. Dan Sipple: (36:54) That's it. Mason Taylor: (36:55) Got the natural fibres. It's how I feel about doing an isolate of a mushroom which can be good clinically. First just get the whole thing. There's all these substances in there that we haven't identified that are going to help bring greater long term efficacy. I think that's where we need to go with the vitamin C's. Get the camu camu. Freeze dried camu camu in there. Dan Sipple: (37:15) Yes, 100%. Whole food vitamin C all the way. I think when you're out of the danger zone and if there's a useful semi long term... When by that I mean weeks, months potentially liposomal vitamin C. It's just in winter. Same as vitamin D. I've no problem with patients pumping those, couple of sprays under the tongue each day in winter and you can do it on and off in other months too but I think in those other months where your vitamin D stores are naturally going to raise you are going to be more outside, you're going to be exercising more, yada yada, I think that's... Yeah, it makes sense to sort of zoom out and use the whole plant extracts like you say because you're going to get that cross feeding with microbiome support which inevitably's going to influence the immune system at the end of the day anyway. So much from your microbiome... Sorry, so much of your immune system is influenced by your microbiome and they've shown that in rat studies where they'll compare rats the size of their spleen and thymus gland. Have I sent you this study? I don't think I have. Dan Sipple: (38:16) They wiped out the microbiomes of these poor, poor mice, right? Compared the size of their spleen and their thymus to the groups that hadn't and it was like obviously significantly different and then they replaced the microbiome, re injected it back into these rats. Boom, spleen starts growing, thymus starts growing. Mason Taylor: (38:39) Like a faecal transplant? How'd they inject it back in? Dan Sipple: (38:41) Yeah, yeah. That's right. Yeah, it was a faecal transplant. This was done... Jason [Hurlac 00:38:45] put me onto this research. I think it was done a long, long time ago now but it was kind of I believe the initial sort of understanding around that time of how much gut bugs talked to the immune system. I see it man clinically. You see the patients, always one of them where at some point in their life the microbiome just gets absolutely trashed. The immune system goes down in response to it and once those bugs are gone, they're gone. Some species literally go extinct and we're what? Four or five generations now in antibiotic usage so we're already watered down, dwindled down when we start life. Like one course of antibiotics can do that let along 20 or 30 or 40 like some patients have come to me, they've got health issues by the time they're 20 or 30 or 40 and you're like, "How many antibiotic courses do you recon you've had in your life if you just had to guess?" If they're lucky it's five. Some people it's like 40. It's pretty devastating. Mason Taylor: (39:47) Yes. Dan Sipple: (39:47) Not to say that they don't have their use as well. There are times when antibiotics are useful. Mason Taylor: (39:55) I mean this is again... It's like I feel you and thank you for saying that but it's also like of course. You start talking about this and I know we weren't going to even talk about this myopic approach and the vaccine going into it but at some point I think everyone needs to grow up and become a little bit more mature and remember that it's like with antibiotics. It's like you go, because you're bringing up an irresponsible usage of a drug that's saved a lot of people and you know you've had to say that little disclaimer because you know people's hearing, the cult like hearing will be there or the immature way of hearing it is going... I'm not saying you're saying this, I'm saying this. Dan Sipple: (40:36) Oh no, yes. Mason Taylor: (40:37) Is going to be, "Well if they've done this and they've done that how dare you badmouth something." It's the same with the vaccines. How dare you to badmouth this. It's like it's that full tribal... It's an immature way of your reacting. It's like if someone was to tell you they're taking it personally it's like rather than being in a community where you're able to actually to have some criticism based upon yourself which I'm coming from someone who doesn't like criticism at all but I've definitely appreciated and work on it, someone says to me, "It's amazing when you get really passionate and you get frustrated about things in the world but you know what? The excess of that frustration, it can be a little bit detrimental to yourself and those around you." That's like, that's the equivalent of having say, "Hey, a little bit of excess antibiotic, it's actually not that great for the people of the population and it's actually going to be really detrimental when we get these resistant bacteria and then eventually we do have these resistant viruses as we know. It's like, "How dare you? No, my frustration is done this for me and it's done that for me and how dare you question it. That's sacred to me. That's sacred. You're not allowed to touch that." Mason Taylor: (41:42) Same thing so I mean it's a challenge for everyone listening to remember the Scott Fitzgerald quote, "The sign of true intelligence is to hold two opposing ideas in your mind at the same time and still function." If you are reacting one way or another or if you find yourself defensive, you're finding your way to seem progressive but you watch your internal dialogue, look for the gathering evidence. If you're trying to gather evidence rather than stay in a forward moving progressive, sometimes and I don't know and actually be, I don't know. You don't sit in the middle but when you are in the middle of two conversations, you're not fence sitting but you're able to handle the complex nuance within the conversation and if you can do that you can start peeking through and seeing these little sides of truth and you'd never try and just rest on one ultimate truth and I think that's what we definitely need to be doing here and I think in that sense let's go back to our maxims what are you putting in there? I know we got the 40 vegetables that we're trying to have every week as the rule for [inaudible 00:42:49]. I think it's great advice. Dan Sipple: (42:51) Yeah. Mason Taylor: (42:52) All different types of pigments and fibres and the appropriate amount of protein, appropriate amount of legumes. Kind of those ratios we discuss in the other podcast in order to how to get your microbial diversity up. What are those little extras? I know originally you liked Organify, red Organify to get the pigments in and get the gut kind of going up. What else are you liking in there? Dan Sipple: (43:16) Depending on if I look at someone's microbiome and there's certain species that need nourishing that will determine if I go down that path with either red polyphenols or blue or combination. Mason Taylor: (43:28) What about across the population if you're just speculating? Dan Sipple: (43:30) It's more diet in that case. It's more just diversity in your diet, stop eating six vegetables per week and try and hit 40 different species, you know? I think even more zoomed out from that though unless nuance is the effect of stress and sleep on the immune system. Those, they're huge at the moment man. The patients that I'm seeing that are that torn and twisted and stressed and confused as a result of what's going on it's like that's immune deficiency right there. Stress disables immunity, period. If we're having the conversation about immune intelligence and immune capacity, it's like well we have to be talking about sleep. Are you sleeping right now or are you going to bed and scrolling through your phone and getting triggered by all this shit because most people are, right? It's not easy to just turn it off either you want to be informed regardless of which lens you're looking through. You want to know what's going on. That is a tricky thing to navigate but I have to obviously continually read or write that the importance nature time, slowing down, stress and yes, sleep on the immune system. The immune system recharges through the night. Dan Sipple: (44:36) It's like hormones so if you're not sleeping your immune system is regardless of what... I've seen people on the best protocols. You can't fault it but stressed to the max and not sleeping and it's just like, "That stuff's not even..." it might be having some protective effect than without but it's definitely not putting you in a prime spot where your goals are sort of orientated. Again, disclaimer. That's been me in the past as well for sure. Mason Taylor: (45:04) I mean, this is what I thought at the beginning. Imagine if immediately... I think the biggest step that they did was they took the six free mental health plans sessions from six to 10 sessions or something like that and then started educating about a little bit about like here's the helpline, here's lifeline, so on and so forth. Here's Beyond Blue. The only thing that made sense to me to go above and beyond, can you imagine if we just... I know this is full speculation and sometimes I like flying to Neverland and go, all right. We know that sleep and stress... We know we've got markers that can measure those. Something as simple as like I don't know, like an [inaudible 00:45:51] and there's apps. If you're in this technological place. I know a lot of people listening to this are like, "I don't want to be using technology, I don't want Bluetooth on me," but I'm talking about mass wide rollout. If you were put in charge of getting the help of our population up and able to handle this and stop the decimation that this is having on families, the decimation this is having on small businesses. Just the decimation this is having. Mason Taylor: (46:17) People not appreciating the fact that, all right, cool. Some lives have been saved but what about those moments of like young families lives where we put this much stress at the beginning of what's already a stressful journey and then that completely gets them tripping over for a few years, that impacts their life forever. There's no measurement- Dan Sipple: (46:33) As if life isn't stressful enough as it is for most families, right, financially, socially? Mason Taylor: (46:39) I wonder if people would then go, "This is a violation of my rights," if you go, "Hi everyone, we're going to educate you on how to sleep better and we're going to... Again, we're going to subsidise and we're going to just, you know we're going to create some good internal business and create some money for smaller operators and we're going to get everyone on sleep markers and we're going to start incentivizing you to get those markers variable to you and rewarding you and stop bringing a pride in through our nation around optimising our sleep. We start by creating nonjudgement but hey everyone here's the education. Here's exactly what we know and then we're going to start allowing you to get... Reward yourself as you go along in that process and optimise your sleep. Can you imagine the insane amount of health and just how much our medical system would be alleviated long term if we did something like that? Dan Sipple: (47:33) Oh, 100%. I remember someone saying years ago that I can't remember, it was literally like 10 years ago it was in a documentary and then some fellow was like, "Imagine if we had a crisis of health." It's just like, "Yeah." Lot of businesses are going to go down, a lot of corporations are going to lose out, you know? Yeah, it comes back to what you said at the end of the day not to get conspiratorial at all because that's not the objective of the conversation but it's like, "We know that there is an agenda." Mason Taylor: (48:00) Yeah, of course. Dan Sipple: (48:01) Because if there wasn't these things would be in the headlines and they would be campaigns towards bringing them to the forefront so yeah, those- Mason Taylor: (48:10) As soon as anyone says it's too expensive we know they're full of crap now because look at how much money... How much debt we've been willing to just to go into and I'm not saying that's right or wrong. The other just those, yeah the measurements on stress. I mean, you've got the sauna behind you, we've got the capacity to go and utilise indigenous healing modalities revolving around meditation, going walkabout, connecting with nature. There could be this mass rollout of free information taking pride the same way that's like throughout China you'll se tai chi being done in the park and it's a part of their culture. This could've been an opportunity for Australian culture to go beyond just basically boozing at the pub and barbecues which I love both of them. I think they're wonderful but can you just imagine the cultivation of national pride as well as everything else. If everyone else wants to go down the medical intervention route as well that's like absolutely do it. Can you imagine though if they rolled out meditation? Started the subsidisation of [inaudible 00:49:24] practises? Can you imagine, and you can do it at home. Mass education just all of a sudden bring subsidising of the media outlets if they'd start. Give them perks if they start taking on pro bono advertising of particular elements of how to de stress the body through meditation courses. Mason Taylor: (49:47) Getting a buddy, through yoga ninjas. Start producing fire infrared saunas here in Australia. Go get Sebastian producing the new... He's got new aurora ones that just like little domes. It's a local company, start getting those produced and start putting those in houses. Start moving them around through the community and start showing people with their little band or whatever it is with have a little Bluetooth and it's hooked up. I know then everyone will go, "I don't want my data... I don't want the government having my data of my sleep markers and my stress markers but regardless looking at a macro scheme here and it might see pie in the sky but I guess- Dan Sipple: (50:31) Oh man. Sorry to cut you off. Mason Taylor: (50:31) You're good. Dan Sipple: (50:31) Even subsidising growing your own food in your own backyard, man, something so simple. Mason Taylor: (50:39) This, we know it's a golden opportunity for if you're a huge business. We know what this would be a golden opportunity for if you were an actual human oriented and focused government. We know what it would be a huge opportunity for if you weren't selfish and stupid and you could think laterally and you weren't just a talking head and there's so many people raring up and it's dangerous. The lessons I always got from my dad... Sent my dad the samurai, just passed recently. He's like, "One thing you keep your head down long enough that you don't pop up against the grass and get your head taken off too early." Stay down and move with stealth and then pop up when it's absolutely necessary, do what you have to do and then go back down and move but it's- Dan Sipple: (51:36) And they're making it hard to stay down. Mason Taylor: (51:38) They're making it hard to stay down just because it's so blatant. I think for when everyone was to say what we've talked about here and I guess a lot of the point of this conversation is we've talked a little bit about immunity which also talking about a reality that worth manifesting and we're needing to do these kinds of things ourselves which we are doing. Trying to hopefully move away from the idea that it's taboo to start taking responsibility for your immune system and start doing things in conjunction to one another. Obviously it is. I said, "Why don't you guys give children and the mums if you say no jab, no pay, no welfare for single parents. Mason Taylor: (52:20) Why wouldn't you give them reishi as well if we know that reishi mushroom has been proven to be that good to the immune system and they can't handle that level of nuance that they need to go on the attack basically." If you can't handle that level of conversation or if you're able, then well we know they can't have that level of conversation, I guess all I'm saying is we know now we're going to have to be the ones to carry that much nuance but it's also worth remembering that you don't want to be like them and find your identity based on creating opposition. I think that's what's also kind of I think going to get people being less effective and being hysterical and sticking their head up too early. Dan Sipple: (53:06) 100%, 100%. Mason Taylor: (53:07) What they're doing here is they're not... I know it feels threatening for a lot of people on both sides. It feels threatening to people on both sides and if you are in that state of feeling threatened, first of all you're putting everyone in danger because your immunological health is going to go down because you're stressed. First of all, stop it. Stop being selfish. The other point is there is a middle ground in order to be effective and there is no right answer in how to get in. Other people are like, "You have to get jabbed. You have to get up and come and march otherwise you consent." Do those things, by all means but I would recommend for everyone to stay within your own body. Stay within your own capacity to fuel who you are and don't fall into that finger pointing identity and that tribalism. You can still take action but- Dan Sipple: (53:58) Doesn't have to be promoted necessarily just like in your own backyard, you know? Mason Taylor: (54:04) This is going to be long term. This is long term stuff going on. You're going to have to start getting actioners and as you said, it's a good time to start getting into growing your own food. It's a really good time for cultivating... Appreciating the localization of your community and really start in placing a lot of value on the connections that you have made, the genuine connections that you have made, friends and family because yeah, community can be a house of cards sometimes especially when it's polarising things like this so you've got to nourish those golden relationships and not just the ones that seem ideologically driven. Yeah, I found my tribe. I found my tribe. They believe the same things I believe. It's like, "No, not that. Not that superficial connection just because you are ideologically driven. They're useful. Real genuine connection. So good for the immune system. Makes you feel safe doing that. Dan Sipple: (55:01) Yeah, well it's also no good if everyone hangs out over this side and then the opposition all hangs out over this side, is it? That's just divisiveness and that's what we're seeing. We need to, as you said earlier hold that space for context and different lenses and that's obviously what's not happening now and I don't see any... The isolation, it crashes the immune system, right? It's like we know our kids need exposure, we know that your immune systems have to practise, they have to get exposed regularly to become educated and to stop... We can talk about the germ theory and the hygiene hypothesis and all that stuff and how that all came about with the context of autoimmunity. The immune system going awry and not recognising what's what anymore and not being able to tell the difference between a pathogen and your own tissue which we know is on the rise today. The point is- Mason Taylor: (55:54) That's really on the rise now, isn't it? Dan Sipple: (55:56) 100%, 100%. Yeah, there's people and again full disclaimer, this was me. I was immune deficient and autoimmune at the same time. See it all the time. What's that tell us? We've got immune dysregulation going on. Look, we're not saying we've got all the answers. That's not sort of what the conversation's about but in terms of isolation we know that causes stress, we know that's going to deplete indigenous immunity across the board. Mason Taylor: (56:25) We also know we have leaders that can't handle any type of nuance and go and squash any type of conversation to get a multifaceted approach to what's going on here. Dan Sipple: (56:36) Yeah. Mason Taylor: (56:38) Without going into it with resentment because resentment is definitely going to harm you and harm your immune system and harm your liver but if you can find ways to get very excited about the fact that you're going to start... you need to be the one, regardless of what approach you're taking, you're going to need to take responsibility for- Dan Sipple: (56:58) Responsibility, yeah. Mason Taylor: (56:58) Yeah, being one of those people. Being part of the drive to increase the immunological capacity across the population within your community starts with you, starts with your family. Then starts with your community. I feel really good about [inaudible 00:57:12] and I imagine I'm sure you're feeling pretty good as well. I'm just realising the flag that we're waving and hoping to not be too... Oh gosh, what's the word? I don't want to be in opposition to anyone. I don't want to be inflammatory, I just I really enjoy just going and like waving the flag for personal responsibility, sovereignty, relationship with you. In this conversation relationship with the microbiome, the immune system and just give them herbs. That's the other thing, it's not simple. I've been kind of like, I don't know I've just been worried to kind of say it and we're talking about all these herbalists who are really conservative herbalists like Michael Tierra do it and even people like Stephen Buna who's quite like... He's clinical. They're both just like at the one point they're like, "Yeah, get on adaptogens." Buna's saying it specifically in relation to COVID. He's saying, "I'm sure it helps in a few of his posts but that's just where it gets to the point where it becomes very irresponsible not to be talking about these things. Oh, where's the data? It's like, "Guys, you are off your head. Mason Taylor: (58:18) There is data emerging but you're off your head. That I'm science driven, where's the data kind of put a full stop and look at me. Look how smart I am because I'm able to ask someone for where's the data and not actually be able to think in that, I don't know in the way that life actually exists in consortium with many forces. Then yeah, sorry. I think you lack, I think you've pretty low IQ if that's your approach and you're defensive and I think you'd probably have a lot more fun in life and have a lot more connection if you've got out of that tribal way of looking and yeah, people just should be on adaptogens to get onto it and then the- Dan Sipple: (59:00) What have you got to lose? That's the thing, it's like what have you got to lose? It's not a high risk intervention like other certain things, is it? Mason Taylor: (59:05) I don't think so. I'm like well no, it's not. Zinc's the other one that's getting thrown around at the moment. What's the type of zinc- Dan Sipple: (59:18) I love zinc man. It's zinc and copper balance is a big thing. I always look at that with the context of patients and immune system issues. What we typically see most of the time I'd say is more of a tilting towards a copper excess and a zinc deficiency but you can also see just a deficiency of both or people can just be normal and still have immune issues but their zinc and copper not be an issue. Zinc deficiency is probably more the common out of the two. That can come back to obviously diet, zinc lost due to certain conditions, [inaudible 00:59:53] disorder being one of them, heavy metal competition, the soils being a poor source of zinc these days, the rise of plant based diets which might have great clinical usage in some areas but yeah, when it comes to something like zinc deficiency that's something that I do often observe in people that are purely plant based. Yeah, that who
A lot of guys say yes to way too much. We bite off more than we can chew, stuff starts falling through the cracks, and if we're not careful... the whole thing can come tumbling down around us like a house of cards. Obligated to death; that's how it feels. But how can you fix it? Well, the first thing to do is understand why we put ourselves in these kinds of situations. Then, understand how you exit the, and avoid them in the future. The answer to those questions is what you'll discover in this week's episode. Listen now.
Power & Grace Leaders: Welcome, today's episode is interviewing Gale Paige. Gale Paige, President of Complete Professional Connections Gale is referred to as the “Queen of Networking”. She has a unique ability to connect individuals and see a bigger picture. Gale is a professional speaker and a professional coach. She is a sought after speaker on the subject of networking, building relationships and personal motivation. Some of her speaking engagements have included The Virginia Women's Business Conference, Modern Femme Conference, Business Women of Loudoun, and Empowering Women's Conference at Radford University, American University, Johns Hopkins University and the National Veteran's Small Business Conference. What sets Gale a part from other speakers is that she speaks from the heart? She has experienced hardships but truly embodies living her best life. Some of the cool things she has done in her life: One of three girls allowed to play coed baseball in 1977 (when the law passed). She is a veteran of the US Air Force. She skied the Swiss Alps and walked through check point Charlie at the Berlin Wall. She graduated college at the age of 35 (while going through a divorce, working three part time jobs and raising two girls). She completed a pageant at the age of 42. Competed in a kettlebell competition at 48 (and won), and won a dance competition in 2014. And earned her MBA at 53. She did a TEDx, Breaking the Cycle, in 2012. Her first blog post went into Huffington Post. She started acting in 2014 and has been in episodes of VEEP, House of Cards, and local commercials. She performed the Pledge of Allegiance for the Vice President of the United States in 2012. Most recently, she climbed the stairs at the Eiffel Tower (and she is afraid of heights). Currently, she works a full time job, is writing books, and works with clients helping them move their businesses forward. Gale's greatest accomplishment, however, is raising her two amazing and beautiful daughters. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Power & Grace Leaders Show Airs every 1st and 3rd Monday on Roku TV, Fire TV, and Apple TV. Host is Chavon Anette She interviews Incredible Women who are doing incredible things in their spheres of influence. Hear the stories of other women and be empowered to walk in the purpose that God has given you. www.chavonanette.com Social Media: IG- Chavon Anette Twitter- Chavon Anette Facebook- Chavon Anette Facebook- Power & Grace Leaders- WIL
Highlights: “The chaotic city of Portland was once again the battlefield of what appears to be nothing less than a burgeoning civil war between the far-left activist Antifa and the Patriot militia known as the Proud Boys.”“Even though the Antifa weren't outnumbered they collapsed like a house of cards. The Proud Boys forced the Antifa agitators to retreat almost immediately.”“If you want law and order in Portland, you need to look elsewhere other than your mayor and your city council.” “There was a particularly golden moment in this clash and that involved a Black Preacher's wife absolutely roasting white liberals… She exposed in less than 60 seconds the pathetic hypocrisy of the radical left - All women matter, black lives matter, but I, a white liberal will not engage with you because of your husband.” Timestamps:[02:47] The recent clash between the Proud Boys and Antifa in Portland[05:17] Portland Mayor calling on all citizens to ‘choose love' [06:07] The golden moment in the clash - a Black Preacher's wife exposing the hypocrisy of white liberals [09:30] The surge in gun sales and Patriot militias membership[11:00] What a civil war may indeed look like if it were to break out here in the USResources: Ep. 601 Why PATRIOT MILITIAS Are SURGING!!!Join our ARMY!! Our Virtual gathering of New Conservative Patriots on September 3rd and 4th needs YOU! Register today at https://conferences.turleytalks.com/Get your FREE copy of Scott's Ebook, Bigger IS Better: 7 Reasons Why Commercial Beats Single-Family Investing here: Commercial Academy & Turley TalksJoin Commercial Academy 3-Day LIVE Training Experience here: Commercial Academy Live Event Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get the first 7 days FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without the censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.comThank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
Sarah decides to add some Zen Wen positive energy in her humble abode with nine lemons and a bowl, until she realizes she accidentally bought six (turns out, unlike Sutton, she's not great at math). After screaming "this isn't even my effing plate" into the abyss as lemons run for the door, she ambles over to the People's People's Couch for a breath of fresh air, the host of Lemonada Media's new pod "I'm Sorry," Kiki Monique aka The Talk of Shame. They discuss whether an apologizer like Ramona can ever feel regret, Sutton's elevation to GOAT-level handler of receipts, and why Erika Jayne's storyline is rapidly approaching her house of cards' garage. Who needs 40k/month glam, when this convo will leave you aglow - it's Andy's Girls, Episode 244! JOIN/LEVEL-UP THE ANDY'S GIRLS PATREON, AND ENJOY EXCLUSIVE BONUS EPISODES, AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO GUEST CO-HOST ON A FUTURE PATREON EP: https://www.patreon.com/AndysGirls FOLLOW SARAH ON IG AND WATCH HER LIVE RECAP RHONY: https://www.instagram.com/damegalli/
Devannon Hubert is the host of Sex, Drugs, and Jesus, a podcast that highlights taboo concepts and the people that enjoy them. He joined me on Ramble by the River to discuss his life as a gay man, his experience of being excommunicated from his church, his time in the military, his rise to prominence in the black-market drug trade; his HIV diagnosis; and his eventual arrest by SWAT team. We covered a lot of ground over two hours and kept coming back to ideas about how to practice acceptance and tolerance in a world that sometimes feels so hostile and unforgiving that selfless love feels impossible. We covered hypnosis, drug abuse, religion, romance, social manipulation, oppression, hate, love, and podcasting. Devannon brings his irreverent and hilarious sense of humor to these heavy topics and the result is something magical. I really like this episode. I think it shows how two people can appear to be quite different on the surface, but deep down we all share so much in common. I had a great time making this thing and I hope you enjoy listening to it. If you want to support the show... Go to the all new Ramble by the River Patreon. Thank you so much for being part of the Ram-fam, Jeff Topics/Keywords: podcasting; starting a podcast; Podmatch.com; Alex Sanfilipo; matchmaker.fm; Descript.com; audio editing, audio production; podcast community building; church; LBGTQ; children's church; community service; volunteering to serve; gay-affirming church; The Golden Compass; Nicole Kidman; The Matrix; mass-deception; hypnotherapy; stage hypnosis; highly-suggest-able state; critical thought; executive control; willful suspension of disbelief; personality types; LSD-assisted hypnotherapy; psilocybin; Triumph of the Will; Adolf Hitler; Hitler Youth; propaganda; evangelical church; evangelists; Don't Ask Don't Tell; gay in the military; The Village People; homosexuality conversion; conversion therapy; gold-star gay; dreams; dreaming; dream-interpretation; Sigmund Freud; dream symbols; prophetic dreams; supernatural abilities; premonitions, deja vu; collective unconscious; Carl G. Jung; Buddhists; religious diversity; philosophical autonomy; drunkenness; sobriety; abstinence; wine; alcohol; addiction; Alcoholics Anonymous, 12-step programs; environmental correlates of addiction; Dr. Carl Hart; Columbia University; Drug Use For Grown-ups; relapse; harm-reduction strategy; Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous; heroin injection sites; needle exchange; morality; psychoactive substances; methamphetamine; cocaine; sugar; Christianity; Jesus Christ; free will; women's right to choose; abortion; The Bible; Love; apostle Paul; House of Cards; Book of Acts; Joel Olstein, Joyce Meyers; John the Baptist, social isolation; idolatry; wealth; Sex, Drugs, and Jesus: A memoir of Self-destruction and Resurrection; HIV; AIDS; Hepatitis B; drug dealers; selling meth; trauma; PTSD; SWAT; Houston, TX; trap house; bug chasers; HIV treatments; Truvada; Magic Johnson; Mary J. Blige; Chik-fil-A; Donald J. Trump. Guest Links: Devannon Hubert -Podcast: Sex, Drugs, and Jesus -Book (Coming soon): Sex, Drugs, and Jesus: A Memoir of Self-Destruction and Resuection Connect: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SexDrugsAndJesus/ (https://www.facebook.com/SexDrugsAndJesus/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/TabooTopix (https://twitter.com/TabooTopix) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devannon (https://www.linkedin.com/in/devannon) Websites: www.sexdrugsandjesus.com Ramble by the River Links: Business inquiries/guest booking: Ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Website: (For episode catalogue): https://my.captivate.fm/Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm (Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm) (Podcast main page): RamblebytheRiver.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619 (https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619) Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver?r=nametag (@ramblebytheriver) Twitter: @RambleRiverPod Youtube:...
Jay has a leisurely, wide-ranging, enriching hour with Daniel Hannan, the writer, columnist, and member of the House of Lords. What's that all about, by the way? Is the House of Lords a senate? Do they wear wigs? And how about “House of Cards”? Is Westminster anything like that? Hannan and Jay further talk about Peru, where Hannan was born and grew up. A new president has been elected—a real bolshie. How does democracy fare across the world, in this age of pandemic and strongmen? At the end of their conversation, the two talk about Shakespeare, about which Daniel Hannan is authoritative and, as ever, eloquent. You will enjoy this hour—the cast of characters is large (FDR, Churchill, JFK, Macmillan, Reagan, Thatcher, Falstaff, Cleopatra, Bill Clinton, Blair, Boris) and the subjects burning or engrossing, or both.
Jay has a leisurely, wide-ranging, enriching hour with Daniel Hannan, the writer, columnist, and member of the House of Lords. What's that all about, by the way? Is the House of Lords a senate? Do they wear wigs? And how about “House of Cards”? Is Westminster anything like that? Hannan and Jay further talk about Peru, […]
“Because it is the best money and it's so superior to fiat money, it's so fucking dangerous to central bankers, and the elite and everyone in the system because this house of cards is on the verge of collapse. And then you have Bitcoin, which could eat it all.”— Willem MiddelkoopLocation: RemotelyDate: Friday 6th AugustCompany: Independent & Commodity Discovery FundRole: Bitcoin Quant Analyst & ChairmanIn early 2019, PlanB released his now widely regarded Stock-to-Flow model (S2F). This model was built around the four-year halving cycle and is a way to track the scarcity of an asset. At current levels of issuance, Bitcoin has a stock-to-flow of 50, meaning it would take 50 years for miners to mine enough Bitcoin to match the current Bitcoin supply. When applied to non-digital assets such as gold and silver, stock-to-flow becomes a benchmarking tool. Gold, for example, has a stock to flow number of ~58, slightly higher than Bitcoin.While the Stock-to-Flow model is an incredibly popular tool amongst bitcoiners, it is not without its critics, and with Bitcoin's drop from ~$64k to ~$29k, the model is coming under increasing scrutiny.So, is the model broken, or is Bitcoin still heading for $100k+ this year?In this interview, I talk to Bitcoin Quant Analyst & creator of the popular Stock-to-Flow model, Plan₿ and investor, entrepreneur & publicist Willem Middelkoop. We discuss S2F, gold vs Bitcoin and whether we are heading to a big reset.This episode's sponsors:Gemini - Buy Bitcoin instantlyBlockFi - The future of Bitcoin financial servicesSportsbet.io - Online sportsbook & casino that accepts BitcoinCasa - The leading provider of Bitcoin multisig key security.Exodus - The world's leading Desktop, Mobile and Hardware crypto wallets.Ledger - State of the art Bitcoin hardware wallet-----WBD385 - Show Notes-----If you enjoy The What Bitcoin Did Podcast you can help support the show by doing the following:Become a Patron and get access to shows early or help contributeMake a tip:Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2SQR Codes: BitcoinIf you do send a tip then please email me so that I can say thank youSubscribe on iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | YouTube | Deezer | TuneIn | RSS FeedLeave a review on iTunesShare the show and episodes with your friends and familySubscribe to the newsletter on my websiteFollow me on Twitter Personal | Twitter Podcast | Instagram | Medium | YouTubeIf you are interested in sponsoring the show, you can read more about that here or please feel free to drop me an email to discuss options.